BBI final report launched
Deputy president William Ruto was not present during the launch of the final BBI report in Kisii. The BBI was received by president Uhuru Kenyatta together with former prime minister Raila Odinga.
Ruto skipped the event and attended the burial of Huruma MCA peter chomba. The MCA died of COVID-19 complications.
Immediately after the Mashujaa day celebrations in Gusii stadium, Kisii county, Ruto travelled to his home county Uasin Gishu to attend the burial which was today.
According to the MCA’s elder brother and uncle, he died out of COVID 19 complications.
Yesterday during the mashujaa day celebrations, Ruto asked President Uhuru Kenyatta and his counterpart Raila Odinga to ensure they include everyone in their “BBI reggae”
He also called for a dialogue to accommodate divergent views in the Building Bridges process.
“The Former Prime Minister has talked about reggae. That is fine. But I guess we will have a robust national conversation that will bring everybody on board,” the DP said
Ruto’s speech came after Raila’s who noted that nobody was going to stop the BBI reggae.
Deputy President William Ruto has been against the report claiming it as a bridge to creating positions for a few at the expense of poor Kenyans.